Our speaker will discuss a number of St. Louis area federal investigations and prosecutions in the area of public corruption. He will touch on the origins of the investigations, legal issues presented, investigative strategies and case outcomes, as best he can within the parameters of Department of Justice rules and guidelines. There will be time for questions and comments as well.
Our presenter is Hal Goldsmith, Esq. Hal Goldsmith serves as Senior Litigation Counsel for the United States Attorney’s Office in St. Louis, Missouri. In addition to his supervisory responsibilities, Hal handles investigations and prosecutions of public corruption and major fraud matters. In his more than twenty years as a federal prosecutor, Hal has conducted and prosecuted large-scale, complex financial fraud investigations, and he has handled the most sensitive and high profile public corruption investigations and prosecutions. Hal serves as an Adjunct Professor at both St. Louis University School of Law and Washington University School of Law, teaching in the areas of white collar crime and federal criminal prosecution.
Qualifies for 1.2 MO Bar CLE credits. This is a virtual program.